Why is it that many (large and small) companies have challenges in making innovation work -- or even holding successful "off-the-wall" creative sessions? Often it is because innovation is viewed by some key people more of a "threat" than as an opportunity.
An atmosphere of trust is needed for real innovation to take place.
Collaborative systems can help build stronger relationships among the key people in the company -- especially among the most "outside-the-box" thinkers. This web seminar will help you understand how to build trust in an organization by using a concept called NetWeaving which offers a step-by-step guide to help foster innovation and generate the "secret sauce" for enabling true change to occur.
Speakers: Bob Littell -- Bob Littell is principal of Littell Consulting Services and Second Opinion Insurance Services, LLC, and also carries the title of Chief NetWeaver. Although he wears a number of hats within the insurance and financial services industry, Bob's passion these days is a word and concept he created called NetWeaving – a Golden Rule and Pay It Forward form of networking which fosters creative ideation – a required ingredient in order to become more referable.
Register for this free web conference at http://iirusa.com/convergence.